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Department of Mathematical Sciences: News & Events

Math Events

Upcoming and Recent Events

  • Congratulations to John LaMaster on the 2019 Distinguished Teaching Award from the Indiana Section of the Mathematical Association of America! News and Photos page
  • The annual Alumni Dinner was April 27, 2019.  Photo page
  • The annual induction ceremony for the Pi Mu Epsilon honor society was April 14.
  • The annual Math Matters student talks event - sponsored by Pi Mu Epsilon and the Pi Math Club - was April 17.
  • This year, PFW is not serving as a local host for the ICTM 2019 Indiana State Math Contest.  High school students interested in participating should contact their teachers about finding another location.
  • PI Math Club event:  Prof. S. Edwards, Hope College, The P2+P' problem and George Polya, April 15, 2019.
  • Colloquium: Peter Dragnev, The Mastodon Theorem - 20 Years in the Making, Feb. 6, 2019.
  • Analysis Seminar: Martino Fassina, University of Illinois, Non-solvability of differential operators in the flat category. Jan. 28, 2019.
  • PI Math Club and PFW Actuarial Club event / Mathematical Sciences Colloquium: Professor Ramón Orive, Universidad de La Laguna (Tenerife, Spain): Probability, Interpolation, and Game Theory: Estimating the Parameter of a Biased Coin.  Nov. 14, 2018.
  • Graduate Course News: Fall 2018
  • "Meet the Firms" actuarial & data science event - Panel discussion and regional employer booths, Helmke Library LB137, Oct. 4. PDF
  • The Department hosted the 60th Midwestern Graph Theory Conference (MIGHTY LX) on campus, Sept. 28-29, 2018. 
  • Celebration of the Mathematical Mind event - math talks for a general audience. Sept. 21, 2018. 
  • Welcome Back Picnic: Sept. 10, 2018. 
  • Actuarial Picnic 2018: at the Alumni Building, Aug. 31. PDF
  • Welcome to Dr. Shaoyu Dai, Visiting Researcher for 2019.

Photo page for Mathematical Sciences Events 2018-19

Photo page for Student Organization Events 2018-19

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